Hmm... Technically, I suppose all of these answers are somewhat opinion-based, but I would personally plan a bit longer than 1.5 hrs for a layover to an international flight at ATL. I usually try to plan at least that long even for domestic layovers there. While Michael is correct that, if you did miss your flight, they would put you on the next available flight to your destination since you booked a single ticket, if you'd rather avoid that possibility, I'd personally advise planning a bit longer than 1.5 hours between flights. Keep in mind that the times listed for the flights are not including the time required to deplane and board the next flight, so even if you have a 50 minute layover scheduled, your departing flight is likely already boarding by the time you step off your arriving flight, even if it's on time. It's definitely possible that you'll make the 1.5 hr connection here, but it's also possible to miss it, especially if your inbound flight is delayed for some reason.
As far as the 'plane train' is concerned (that's what they call the light rail you mentioned,) this map does seem to suggest that it connects to concourse F. Note that international flights in Atlanta can depart from either Concourse F (which is directly attached to the new international terminal) or Concourse E (which housed all of the international flights prior to the new terminal.) As far as I know, the plane train connects to both, though.